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Fine Dining, Bathed in Monochromes

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 11, 2013 01:02 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Oct 10, 2013

The Danish architectural firm NORM doesn’t beat around the bush when explaining its mission: “To find the simplest shape for a given task without forgetting the beauty of the shape and the details…to reach a point where there is nothing to add and nothing to take away that can make — Continue reading …




 

 

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The Danish architectural firm NORM doesn’t beat around the bush when explaining its mission: “To find the simplest shape for a given task without forgetting the beauty of the shape and the details…to reach a point where there is nothing to add and nothing to take away that can make the product better.”

Well, better said than done—unless you’re NORM, which does precisely what it says, as evidenced by interior work for the Copenhagen restaurant Höst. It’s hard to imagine how this meticulously nuanced space—invoking quasi-rural vignettes of weathered materials, industrial elements, and painterly monochchromes—could possibly have been done better.

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Images: Newnorm


 

 

 
 
 

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